Resources to support people who have Dyslexia
Dyslexia is the most common learning difficulty and most recognised reading disorder. Dyslexia has many symptoms but is often characterised by letter reversal, mirror writing, being easily distracted by background noise and difficulty generating or identifying rhyming words. Dyslexics commonly have difficulties segmenting words, counting syllables and spelling.
Whether you are a teacher managing Dyslexia in the classroom or the parent of a child who has Dyslexia, you'll find useful resources below that will help your leaners achieve their goals.
Full medical definitions can be found on the World Health Organisation's (WHO) website, ICD10 for Dyslexia and other Symbolic DysfunctionsWHO, ICD10 definition of Dyslexia and other Symbolic Dysfunctions
Further information can be found on the NHS Choices NHS Choices advice and guidance on Dyslexia
and the British Dyslexia Association Website advice and guidance on dyslexia
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